His Right Name

In a letter received by the head master at the Deaf and Dumb Institution

at Derby, a lady writes about a little boy she had assisted in obtaining

admission into the Institution, and said that "During the little time

(18 months) that William has been in the Institution he has improved

wonderfully." She writes--"You know he used to be so wild, dirty, and

careless; he was always interfering with everybody, in fact he went in

the village by the name of Troublesome Dummy. All is changed; he is a

nice clean, well behaved boy, and people are beginning to call him by

his right name, William. We shall never forget what you have done for